Richard Jennings (ND, ’90)
Notre Dame’s undergraduate and graduate programs both ranked fourth in the most recent survey of the nation’s top 25 accountancy programs.
Mark Albion will discuss the role of personal fulfillment in career development during his presentation, “Leadership for the Greater Good."
Management professor Corey Angst is featured in this Wall Street Journal article about the results of using iPads in class instead of textbooks
This article in The Chronicle of Higher Education features management professor Corey Angst and the results of replacing his project management course’s textbook with an iPad.
Management professor Corey Angst is featured in this Forbes article about the results of using iPads in class instead of textbooks.
The United States is transitioning from “shareholder capitalism” to “stakeholder capitalism,” says social entrepreneur Jay Coen Gilbert.
Marketing Professor John F. Sherry Jr.’s article on American Girl dolls wins Davidson Honorable Mention Award from the Journal of Retailing
Mike Mannor, assistant professor of management, comments on Steve Job’s announcement to take a leave of absence.
The theme for this year’s Ten Years Hence Speaker Series is “Business for the Common Good,” and will feature seven lectures from scholars, executives from top companies and other experts involved in social responsibility and sustainability efforts.
The Notre Dame MBA program launched a virtual case competition involving Green Mountain Coffee Roaster that invites individuals to submit their best ideas for the chance of winning a fellowship and other prizes.
The Mendoza College of Business is hosting a virtual case competition for individuals to analyze a real-life business challenge offered by the manufacturer of the Keurig coffee-makers.
The Mendoza College of Business is hosting a virtual case competition where individual participants can analyze a real-life business challenge offered by Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Finance professor, Jeff Bergstrand, is quoted in this article about the shift of economic gravity toward Asia and away from the transatlantic.
Jeff Bergstrand, professor of finance, is quoted in this article about the bigger-than-expected decline in China’s trade surplus.
Jeff Bergstrand discusses the repercussions of China’s currency policies as President Hu Jintao prepares for a summit with President Obama.
Tim Loughran, finance professor, is quoted in this article about how companies controlled by buyout firms face more pressure to go public to pay back the debt from their LBOs
Management professor Corey Angst explains how use of the iPad is evolving and becoming increasingly relevant in higher education.
Jeffrey Bergstrand, Professor of Finance, discusses the explantion for US-China trade gap on Voice of America.
Carol Phillips, marketing adjunct instructor, comments on Kraft Foods recently hiring homeless man Ted Williams as its new advertising voice.
A study found that earnings restatements aren’t stock-price poison if company insiders were buying up stock during the suspect period
Finance Professor Tim Loughran discusses the trend of private equity firms selling their biggest leveraged buyouts.